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Zambia's parliament on Tuesday, March 20 suspended a cabinet minister, Bowman Lusambo, from its proceedings for one month for slapping a fellow lawmaker within parliament grounds. Lusambo said he had no regret for his action.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission and Office of the National Security Adviser have discovered $9 million cash at the residence of the sacked coordinator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, Brig-Gen Paul Boroh.
The prime minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu has said that an electric fence along the Israel-Egypt border has saved Jewish state from jihadist attacks or what he believed would be worse - a tide of African migrants.
A new political party, Modern Democratic Party (MDP), has been registered by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). The party is led by a 27-year-old activist and entrepreneur, Prince Bukunyi Olateru-Olagbegi.
Forty two Libyan returnees and other other youths in Edo state have concluded an entrepreneurship training that was organised by the state govt and the UNDP. One of the beneficiaries of the training expressed his appreciation.
A soldier has been reportedly shot dead by an unidentified mobile policeman guarding an oil facility operated by Shell Petroleum Development Company. The incident happened on Saturday, March 17 in Burutu LGA of Delta state.
A professor of law at the University of Jos, Olayiwola Oyelami, has recalled his days of being a messenger at the same institution before finally becoming an academic. He said he worked as a messenger for several years.
The director general of the Consumer Protection Council (CPC), Babatunde Irukera, on Monday, March 19, said that the Ford Motor Company has initiated a recall in the US of about 1.4 million vehicles due to faults.
The police have arrested six suspected hoodlums for allegedly looting a firm near Olusosun dump in Ojota, Lagos, and stealing equipment worth N8m. They reportedly carted away with generator plant, air conditioners, among others.
The longest serving school principal in Nigeria, Reverend Father Jeremiah Dermot O'Connell has passed away in his country home in the Republic of Ireland at 85. He returned to the Republic of Ireland after his retirement in 2017.
The inspector general of police, Ibrahim Idris on Monday, March 19, ordered the immediate withdrawal of personnel attached to private companies and individual. Idris also ordered the return of all the police SPY number plates.
A professor of Economics at the Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Sheriffdeen Tella, on Monday described the nation’s debt stock of N21.73 trillion as worrisome and urged the federal government to stop external borrowings.
The All Progressives Congress Restoration Coalition in Imo state on Sunday, March 18, said that it would not accept a LGA election aimed at boosting the 2019 gubernatorial ambition of Gov Rochas Okorocha's son-in-law, Uche Nwosu.
There was jubilation as the last batch of 108 Nigerian Formed Police Unit (FPU) deployed to Liberia under the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) withdrew after five years following the conclusion of their mission.
A man in his mid 20s from Abraka community, Ethiope East local government area of Delta state, died after ingesting a drug substance suspected to be Tramadol. Sources said that the deceased was a regular user of the drug.
Two weeks before his death, Stephen Hawking completed a theory explaining how we might detect parallel universes and a prediction for the end of the world. Hawking died at his home in Cambridge in March 14, at the age of 76.
The Supreme Court on Friday, March 16, adjourned the hearing of Olisa Metuh’s application seeking permission to travel abroad for urgent medical treatment. The Supreme Court adjourned the hearing to April 19, 2018.
One Bisi Olukayode has been arrested by the Lagos state police command, for allegedly torturing her maid, Anjuwah Sunday, aka Titi, at her residence in the Lekki area of the state. The suspect has been charged to court.
Kaduna state commissioner for women affairs and social development, Hajiya Hafsat Baba, has warned that the government would soon begin prosecuting negligent parents who expose their children to abuse and molestation.
A 24-year-old Nigerian student has reportedly drowned at a beach in Cyprus in the afternoon of Wednesday, March 14. The student, identified as Hassan Babatunde, was said to have drowned at the Alagadi-2 region beach in Girne.
Global food agencies have warned against impending food shortage that could affect 3.8 million people in 16 northern states of Nigeria and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). Some of the states include Bauchi, Benue and Gombe.
Renowned playwright and Nobel laureate, Wole Soyinka, has berated President Muhammadu Buhari over his “inability to get justice” for victims of the crises between farmers and herdsmen and Boko Haram insurgency.